Category Archives: Senior To Senior


Date of Birth: March 2006

Tammy is generously sponsored by
Sandra Wheeler

Available for:
Forgotten Feline Friend
and/or Senior to Senior adoption.

Tammy is also a special placement kitty: She was abandoned with her kitten at a local shelter. Her baby was adopted a long time ago & poor Tammy was left behind. A high energy kitty, Tammy needs to keep busy – she loves to chase her furry mice, runs up & down her large scratching post and has a very big appetite for such a slim girl. Tammy’s activity level is way too high for most other cats to tolerate, so she may be best as an only cat. She has been indoor only since we’ve had her, which would be our preference, but she might be happiest as an indoor/outdoor kitty if the home was in a safe location. Some might say that Tammy has a slight case of Attention Deficit Disorder – she’s just a very busy girl. Tammy does not show well at our adoption center so she does not come for regular adoption days. A special viewing can be arranged upon request. Tammy needs a very special person willing to give her a chance.


Date of Birth: 2004

Iscee is being generously sponsored by Julie Schwetz

Available as a Forgotten Feline Friend Available as a Senior to Senior

Iscee is a quiet, sweet little girl. She needs a family who does not have children. Iscee loves to be petted  on her back, tail, chin and belly. She can be picked up by a person who knows how to be gentle and secure. She really is a sweetheart and would be great in a house without animals who are high spirited. She does not mind my 13 year old Beagle. If given a chance Iscee would make you very happy.

Holly Sue

HollySueDate of Birth: 2007

Holly is generously sponsored by:
Douglas Parker

Available for Forgotten Feline Friend and/or Senior to Senior adoption.

Holly Sue is a chatty kitty, OK with dogs and laid back other cats. She would do well in a quiet environment with an experienced guardian. She is generally healthy but had been having seizures. Now she is on medication for that and has become seizure free and pretty good about taking her pills. Please ask for a private interview.